Acne scars treatment

Acne scar treatment is often an unfortunate consequence for those suffering from acne and is distressing. Acne scar treatment can be treatment for marks and pigmentation left after recent acne or actual dermal scarring. The scarring left as a result of this is even more distressing as it is much more difficult to treat. Dr Charlson treats acne in his NHS dermatology clinics and understands the psychological impact acne and acne scarring may cause.

Acne scarring can be diminished by a combination of:

  • Dermaroller
  • PRP treatment
  • Filler treatments
  • Subcision

However, it is not possible to completely remove acne scars, improvement in the appearance of scarring would be the objective

Acne can leave deep scars which can be filled with dermal filler. This is a temporary treatment to smooth out the skin but with repeated treatment scars do diminish and skin becomes clearer and smoother.

Acne can also leave pigmentation around the site where spots have been. This is called post inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) and can usually be improved by treatments that increase the rate of skin cell turnover and specialist serums that inhibit the action of melanocytes in the skin.

At Skinqure we have a variety of treatments to treat both active acne and the scarring. These are not available as NHS treatments. We use dermarollers, dermal fillers, skin peels and creams to improve the appearance of the skin.

Whilst scarring is difficult to treat improvements can be made with the right approach

Treatments start at £100 per session.